Why You Should Care About the US Debt
Thanks to historically low interest rates over the last decade, US corporations have been able to inflate the largest debt bubble ever. Once that bubble bursts, it will send terrible shockwaves across the entire globe.
Dec 04, 2019 | Michael Snyder |
How to Talk About the Economy With Your Family at Thanksgiving
If your uncle corners you at Thanksgiving dinner and starts talking about how the US economy is the best it’s ever been, what should you do? Read this article to find out how to approach a conversation about the economy at the family dinner table.
Nov 27, 2019 | Rex Nutting |
Snyder: What in the World Is the Fed Thinking?
The S&P 500 just set a new record, and the White House Administration says the economy is doing great. Then, why does the Fed find it necessary to lower rates for the third time in a row in addition to adding $60 billion in liquidity every month? Are they seeing something we don’t—or is incompetence running wild in our central bank? In this article, Michael Snyder discusses the Fed’s “strategy” and questions what the Fed can do once the next financial crisis hits.
Nov 02, 2019 | Michael Snyder |
Four Questions Every Investor Should Be Asking
The Fed’s stated policy objective now is to extend the business cycle by any means necessary. And they can’t do that with falling stock prices. The four questions everyone should be asking themselves are: What if it’s not enough? What are they not telling us? Why are they forced into these historic unexpected measures? What happens if they lose control?
Oct 26, 2019 | Sven Henrich |
Gold Is Money
Government spending is increasing, leading us down an unsustainable fiscal path where the dollar is losing its value and credibility. Instead of the dollar, argue Lebowitz and Scott, we should put our trust in gold as money—like our civilization has for 5,000 years.
Oct 23, 2019 | Michael Lebowitz |
JPMorgan: The Dollar Could Lose Its Status as World’s Reserve Currency
The US dollar has long been considered the world’s reserve currency, but now even JP Morgan, the largest US bank, is asking if the dollar’s “exorbitant privilege” is coming to an end.
Oct 03, 2019 | ZeroHedge |